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If you are looking for a place to let your hair loose and dance the night away then Burn is the place to be at. Its dark wooden interiors and leather covered sofas make dining here feel very intimate. However the DJ ensures you have a great time and if the crowds on the weekend are anything to go by, this is an extremely popular place. Unlike most dance spots there is a fully operational kitchen and as the name suggests plenty of malts to choose from along with other beverages and liquor.
A largely spaced out club, with a 'fire' concept throughout its ambiance, drinks and food. I've been here a couple times now and enjoyed the dancing nights. The DJ plays on toll 3am usually and plays a mix of English and Bollywood and even a bit of Punjabi when the crowd is all-in. Cocktails are quite pleasing here. I'd recommend the Sangria and the Old Fashioned. Food: Burmese Khao soup - delicious! There's a little extra noodle so if you don't want it, ask for less. But it was great for my liking. Mexican platter veg - order the nachos! You will not regret it. Herb cottage cheese Tikka - a spicy paneer starter to give you a nice hit with your drinks Cottage cheese steak with paprika sauce - the sauce is a little salty but mix it with the paneer and veggies and you'd be happy. Desserts Go for their chocolate bomb with is served with wine and brandy. It has a stronnng alcoholic hit and is super yum!
A fancy place with chic interiors & an ambiance that's perfect for lounging with your friends. Their music collection is fantastic, plus they have ample place for people to dance their hearts out. Coming to the food, the noodles selection is dirt-cheap when it comes to price. I tried the Hakka Noodles which is decent in taste.
We had a great time ... We extended our stay by almost an hour coz of music ....food was good ..for booze it has two different rates...club rates ( Friday and Saturday after 10 pm) are high
Went here on a weekday yet place was packed by night. There was a karaoke night when we went, made our night so kuch fun. Ambience is amazing though the sofas near the end have too much gap near the backrest. Had to keep my bag to get some rest. Service was great, things came in on time throughout. Let's take you through what we ordered. Began with a few cocktails first. Not all were very impressive. Loved only the ones with the beer and breezer turned upside down. Rest all of them lacked the real punch. I expected the burn variants to have some fire show but unfortunately it wasn't that. I'd recommend to stick to basic ones only. The food was lovely. Though there are limited options, most of them are platter kinda things that have multiple variants in them. Since we were a big group we tried them all. We called for these - Mexican platter : Nachos got soggy very quickly. The beans served with them weren't that great. Tacos, enchiladas and all the others were perfect. Great to go as a bar nibble. Oriental platter : Loved it. Everything here is perfect. Though if you're looking at typical chakna go for the next one that is - Indian platter : Tandoor items mainly, great marination and good tender meat was used. A liltte later we discovered that they did a few more starter options available. The placement of this needs to be changed. Out of them all we enjoyed these - Corn fritters : Veg drinkers, this is your pick. Chicken brucheda : Crispy and fresh bread, loved the topping. So creamy and cheesy. Thai crispy vegetable : On the sweeter side, basically veggies and Thai sauces with marination. Jacket potato : The best dish of the evening so we'll curated. Presentation itself was the best! Do order. For mains, we called for some Italian and Indian food. Murg makhani : Thick gravy, very filling. Quantity was great too. Mushroom risotto : Mushroom flavour was so prominent loved it so much Quatro pizza : 4 different cheese OMG this was so good we called for another round as well Pan seared basa : Loved how well they cooked it, nice and tender this is a must order. Chicken stroganoff : For rice lovers, pick this one. Finally called for desserts. Goes without saying they were just amazing. Blindly go for these three. Burning hot chocolate ball Angel devils cake Black forest bomb Overall had an amazing time, they need to work on their bar. The vibe and everything is just on point. A liltte improvement and they'll be a big hit in BKC.
Good food, music and prices given the location in BKC.. away from the plush BKC areas, this one sits in the relatively poor neighbourhoods of BKC.. neverthless good option to watch the matches over some cheap beers and good desi style food
You may have had your fill of those informal colourful spaces, so much preferred by the youths today. Tipplers are answering to the call of the playful vibrant places that draws them with eccentricity and bold designs. Utterly bored and done with ‘quirky chic’, bar-hoppers are moving towards those classy old-fashioned spaces for a change as a social palate cleanser. They are leaning more and more towards those dark masculine décor that gives them an instant contrast from their usual artsy haunts. Let us take you to ‘Burn – Kitchen & Malt Room’, an intense old-fashioned bar that seems to be lost in time. Burn – Kitchen & Malt Room gains a trendy corner in Building No 19, Next to Trade Centre in Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai. The locality is always hopping with fashionable crowd, pouring in to sample BKC’s exceptional nightlife.
Partying at Burn – Kitchen & Malt Room is a cozy, laid-back affair. The place is more lounge like with a distinct gentlemen’s club appeal. Owing to its fancy name, the bar proudly stocks on an excellent collection of single malts and scotches. A whisky connoisseur feels right at home, tasting through their impressive selection. Eat through a varied eclectic grub menu featuring recipes from Italian, Asian and Modern Indian cuisines. Try Fizzy Botanicals, a delicious house concoction of gin and cardamom to go with your nibbles. Munch through a, quinoa salad, pan fried fish, Thai spiced corn & oyster mushroom phyllo rolls, curried chicken tenders, crab wontons and kalmi kebab. Main course looks like, meat craver pizza, blackened creole chicken, broiled lobster with saffron infused linguine, nihari gosht, fully loaded veggie Burn burger and oriental stir fried chicken.
Coddle your sweet tooth with a series of tempting desserts. Burn does wonderful versions of, blueberry cheesecake, crème brulee, red velvet cake, Burn baked Alaska, sizzling chocolate cigar, caramelized khari with kulfi and Burn’s flaming chocolate ball. Because of the good food and magnetic ambience, Burn – Kitchen & Malt Room is filled pretty quickly. It’s wise to reserve a table ahead before dropping in. Formidable thick wooden doors welcome you to Burn – Kitchen & Malt Room. Inside you are met with a dark wooden heavy spacious room, covered floor to ceiling with deep wooden finishes. Result is a vintage, masculine vibe, softened by the use of dim yellow lights. A smooth curved bar and plush leather sofas defines rest of the space. Not bad for a moderately priced bar.